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Structural repairs to buildings, using Cintec grouted anchors and diamond drilling methods–Part 1 The Cintec Anchor

  Repairs to Yorkshire and Derbyshire’s old buildings and structures, which have moved or cracked, is something I’ve been involved in for about 25 years. Usually resin bonded or cemetitious stainless steel ties are used. Every building is different though and each has to be treated on merit. Sometimes serious movement has occurred or is […]

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Health and Safety in Property Care; a cultural thing

  Health and safety in the Property Care Industry – it’s a cultural thing.     I write this as the owner of a small remedial treatment company and PCA member. Like many firms I employ less than a dozen staff now, and during the recession that fell to 6 or so. The company undertakes […]

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